BY Lan Truong
on May 07, 2012
The necklace is probably my favorite accessory. It can glam up any old t-shirt or sweater, make your fancy dress look even fancier, and you don't have to take it off when you do the dishes.
Here is a small round-up of necklaces I'm currently lusting after.
Pyramid 3D Necklace, $14, bythecoco.etsy.com
Bunting Necklace, $29, littlepancakes.etsy.com
Cina Necklace, $38, needsupply.com
Chevron Chain Necklace, $60, weseestars.com
Leaf Necklace, $70, brevityjewelry. Read More
BY Intern Arielle
on Feb 23, 2012
Handmade jewelry is awesome. Colorful jewelry is awesome. Handmade colorful jewelry is way awesome. As someone who still wishes they could dress up like Rainbow Brite, you can imagine my excitement when I stumbled across Tierra on Spring street, a small store full of handmade jewelry in the most rich, vibrant colors these eyes have ever seen. The store, which looks more like a wooden hole in the wall, is one of the happiest places in the LES. Being inside Tierra is like entering a rainbow. Read More
BY Chloé Burrow
on Feb 23, 2012
Iconic Brit jewelers (and longtime BUST favorites), Tatty Devine have sparked a huge response on Twitter in the last 24 hours after posting these pictures on their blog highlighting the dubious similarities between some of their classic designs and those currently on sale at UK high street chain, Claires Accessories.
Coming at already challenging times for all UK retailers, these cheaper mass produced versions pose a real threat to the well-loved indie label. Tatty Devine say they hope that the response will persuade the company to withdraw these pieces. Read More
on Jan 23, 2012
BUST Magazine is teaming up with saucy Parisian sister brands Locher's and Maude & Tilda to give one lucky winner a prize package full of naughty jewelry and edgy eco-friendly tote bags!Nicole Locher opened her design atelier in 2005, taking inspiration from flea market found objects in Paris and London. The basic concept behind her vintage yet modern designs is "perversions with a touch of class."
This giveaway is now closed. Read More
BY Catie Colliton
on Jun 28, 2010
Fashion designer Linda Trau has put together a new line of products called ZUBA Africa, which sells handmade necklaces made by Rwandan women in need of assistance. The line of accessories is partnered with Fairwinds Trading and “uses business as a strategy for the economic empowerment of women in developing countries.”
The colorful necklaces and totes are sweet and vibrant and really reflect the meaning of the company’s name— ZUBA comes from the Rwandan word “izuba,” meaning sunshine. Read More